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Good Morning San Diego - October 11, 2021

Everything you need to know about MLB news and your San Diego Padres for Monday, October 11, 2021.

San Diego Padres v San Francisco Giants Photo by Brandon Vallance/Getty Images

San Diego Padres News

Breaking down Padres roster — how players fared in 2021 and what’s ahead (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Column: Were “Slam Diego” Padres a comet that burned out? (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Opinion: San Diego Needs to Grow Up or the Padres Will Move to Las Vegas (Times of San Diego)

MLB News

Cora: Text from Belichick ‘highlight of the year’ (

Bellinger evokes 2019 with double in Dodgers win (

Braves’ Fried stays hot, evens NLDS with 9-K gem (

Webb silences Dodgers in brilliant playoff debut (

Kaat sorry for ‘40-acre’ remark during broadcast (

Joey Cora out as Pirates third-base coach (

Padre of the Day

Marvell Wynne

Marvell Wynne circa 1987 Photo by Owen C. Shaw/Getty Images

Marvell Wynne spent parts of four seasons in San Diego as an outfielder. On April 13, 1987, Wynne, Tony Gwynn, and John Kruk became the first players in MLB history to open a game with three consecutive solo home runs. Wynne would be traded to the Chicago Cubs in 1989 and would go on to make his only postseason appearance of his career. By 1991, Wynne would be out of Major League Baseball and play a year in Japan with the Hanshin Giants.